Edited by Deirdre R. Dawson, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) Sara E. McEwen, BSc(PT), MSc, PhD Helene J. Polatajko, PhD, OT(C), OT Reg. (Ont.), FCAOT, FCAHS Foreword by Carolyn M. Baum, PhD, OTR, FAOTA Dawson McEwen Polatajko Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance in Occupational Therapy Using the CO–OP Approach™ to Enable Participation Across the Lifespan Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance in Occupational Therapy Using the CO–OP Appraoch™ to Enable Participation Across the Lifespan Edited by Deirdre R. Dawson, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) Sara E. McEwen, BSc(PT), MSc, PhD and Helene J. Polatajko, PhD, OT(C), OT Reg. (Ont.), FCAOT, FCAHS Wtion hen helping clients engage in the daily life activities that are mean- ingful to them, occupational therapy practitioners guide the forma- of goals, plans for how to achieve them, and carrying out these plans. Since its introduction to the scholarly literature in 2001, the Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupation (CO–OP) has provided an evidence-based intervention approach centered on clients’ goals and improving participation. The CO–OP Approach™ has been shown to be effective for various popula- tions—from children to adults—with occupational performance issues, from DCD and ASD to more debilitating neurological conditions such as stroke. This new text brings together in a single source the most current thinking on the CO–OP Approach’s theoretical foundations, active ingredients, and potential mechanisms of action, as well as the most up-to-date evidence regarding efficacy. Building on earlier foundations, this new publication en- ables readers to deepen their understanding of the CO–OP Approach, learn details about how it is applied with several client populations, and become familiar with the supporting evidence for its application with various popu- lations and in several formats. HIGHLIGHTS— Part I. The Essential CO–OP Approach Chapter 1. History of the CO–OP Approach Chapter 2. Essential Elements and Key Features of the CO–OP Approach Chapter 3. Neuroplasticity and the CO–OP Approach Chapter 4. Generalization and Transfer in the CO–OP Approach Chapter 5. Goal Setting in the CO–OP Context Part II. The CO–OP Approach in Action Chapter 6. Using the CO–OP Approach: Autism Spectrum Disorder Chapter 7. Using CO–OP Approach: Cerebral Palsy Chapter 8. Using the CO–OP Approach: Stroke Chapter 9. Using the CO–OP Approach: Older Adults With Subjective Cognitive Complaints Chapter 10. Using the CO–OP Approach: Traumatic Brain Injury Chapter 11. Using the CO–OP Approach: Involving Parents and Others in the Process Chapter 12. Using the CO–OP Approach: Bike Riding and Intellectual Disabilities Chapter 13. Using the CO–OP Approach: Contexts for Group Approaches Chapter 14. Using the CO–OP Approach: Alternative Delivery Methods Appendix Appendix A. CO–OP Approach Toolkit This book provides in-depth coverage of the CO–OP Approach’s remark- able scholarship, along with practical guidance, case examples, and a user-friendly toolkit with forms, scripts, a fidelity checklist, and more, to enable readers to use the approach in clinical practice. ALSO OF INTEREST FROM AOTA PRESS Cognition, Occupation, and Participation Across the Life Span: Neuroscience, Neurorehabilitation, and Models of Intervention in Occupational Therapy, 3rd Edition Edited by Noomi Katz, PhD, OTR Provides theoretical and practical application of cogni- tive neuroscience to occupational therapy practice with children and adults. Order #1173B, AOTA Members: $89, Nonmembers: $126 Activity Card Sort, 2nd Edition By Carolyn M. Baum, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, and Dorothy Edwards, PhD Widely considered as one of the most practical and accurate measures of occupation, this assessment allows clients to easily describe their instrumental, social, and leisure activities. Order #1247, AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $140 Weekly Calendar Planning Activity (WCPA): A Performance Test of Executive Function By Joan Toglia, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA Designed to be useful across a variety of populations that exhibit difficulties in executive functioning or higher level cognitive independent ADLs and can be used to screen for these difficulties to understand the underlying nature of performance problems. Order #900369, AOTA Members: $99, Nonmembers: $140 Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance in Occupational Therapy 4720 Montgomery Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: 301-652-AOTA (2682) * Fax: 301-652-7711 store.aota.org NOT YET AN AOTA MEMBER? 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